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  • bazigaar_no_1
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Post 3+ Months Ago

hey guys where can i learn HTML and DHTML on the web???
are there any good sites ... i dont know anything about DHTML and i know only a few tags in HTML...
so where can i learn more about them?>
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http://www.w3scools.com
http://www.webmonkey.com

and, as always:
http://www.google.com :D

It's all out there, everything you need to know can be found on the internet.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Yeh I'd definately agree with http://www.w3schools.com, that site is brilliant :D
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Post 3+ Months Ago

i have this great sight for dhtml and it gives simple instructions. http://dynamicdrive.com
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Post 3+ Months Ago

w3schools is the place ! BTW DHTML is just HTML with CSS, JavaScript and DOM, with HTML about 80
% of it all.
Wish you luck
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Shikoku wrote:
i have this great sight for dhtml and it gives simple instructions. http://dynamicdrive.com


Hmmm, I would definately say that Dynamic Drive is not the place to learn DHTML. You won't learn anything from that site. The reason they have simple instructions is becasue they don't show you how to do anything. Half the scripts aren't even that good TBH.

Plus there is the fact that DHTML is not all that useful if the end user has javascript switched off. Don't use DHTML for anything that is needed for the site to work properly (if using a dhtml menu make sure that it can still be used (at least partially) by people without javascript and also by people not using a conventional browser.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

For basic javascript questions, try http://www.irc.org/
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rtm223

good point i guess i wasnt thinking to much but i still think i learned a few things from that site** lol and i think it taught me mainly like VentsyV said the CSS, JavaScript and DOM part while 80% is html...i think we were all right in a round about way.

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